I had some downtime during Labor Day weekend, so I decided to watch “Pitch Perfect again.” And I found that there are 3 Pitch Perfect dating lessons that you may find useful.
The movie is pretty funny and worth watching. Not only does it avoid the usual clichés of the music genre (a girl throwing herself into the opening scene), she also has the right amount of political inaccuracy.
Plus, a plot that really matters to you.
However, in the dating advice business, I couldn’t help but get some excerpts from wisdom of quotes by the way:
# 1: Fight it even if you don’t think you’ve succeeded
The self-proclaimed Fat Amy (played by the funny Rebel Wilson) he didn’t care about shit about the opinion of others about her, especially about her weight. When the lead singer of the rival group acapella mocked her size, Amy Sucker he punched her back with “Well, you’re not a dropper yourself.”
At a time when there is a growing intolerance towards body shame, this is the perfect opportunity to embrace who you are, perceived flaws and all. So maybe you he did not jump from the cover of a magazine with Photoshop; this is not an excuse to avoid going out.
Let your insecurities occupy the back seat; you have control over how you look.
If you want to work on a healthier lifestyle and stay fit, this is for you. Not more do not do it put your dating life waiting while you are doing it.
And let me tell you – it was a scary place a lot of guys who are happily dating attractive plus size girls who don’t fit the slim, slim profile you shouldn’t aspire to.
# 2: Don’t be afraid to trade gear with him
Flirting with a guy is like fencing. It is a dance of back and forth of lunge, stop and exchange of blows.
It’s easy to get a guy’s attention when you get into the groove of this fun game. Jesse continued to chase Scholarship (played by Anna Kendrick) because she knew what it was like just back to him with intelligent observation.
Boys will always love a sweet and affectionate girl, but you also have to show some attitude to attract them first. Don’t be afraid to break her ribs in a fun and playful way – it’s all part of the dance.
Give the best you have left and keep it tension alive is all it takes to electrify her like no other woman.
# 3: Stick it where it’s worth!
After having a blast with Jesse, Beca added something special to her group’s final performance as apologies and confession of how she felt about him.
I knew Jesse loved the movie “The Breakfast Club” in large part because the soundtrack resonated with him, especially the song “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” by Simple Minds.
Tan out of nowhere, sang the chorus of the new wave classic as part of his medley. Everyone else thought it was just a nice setback from the 80’s, but Jesse was instantly stunned. understood that the song (hidden from view could add) was meant to be just for him.
Within minutes, the Scholarship had completely hijacked Jesse’s heart and mind.
And so it is done, ladies. Like the Scholarship, most reflective the girls focus on what really makes a guy get up and work that angle like crazy.
Even the coolest, toughest guy melts into a giant puddle with a personalized, well-placed gesture that speaks to his innermost thoughts.
Getting the man you want, and keeping him forever, is just a matter of creating a genuine and sincere connection that will make your relationship sing for decades.
And I can show you how: go here for more information.
Yours, in Perfect Passion,
– Carlos Cavallo
UPDATED ON 9/27/2021
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